Good morning. If you have a loved one recovering from Covid-19 at home or want to know what to do if you're in their shoe, please read on.
Dead under home quarantine
A police officer who came down with Covid-19 and was placed under home quarantine died at his residence.
The death highlights a drawback of the policy to allow Covid-19 patients with no or mild symptoms to stay home.
Covid-19 patients at home aren't observed by medical experts. But there also aren't enough beds in hospitals.
The government set up over 100 assessment centres which are meant to keep tabs on cases at home via call but there are complaints of Covid-19 patients being left in the dark.
If you're recovering from Covid-19 at home, seek immediate medical attention if symptoms get worse. Here's a guideline by the Health Ministry.
MMA: Rope in GPs for vaccination
This is to reduce stress on gov't facilities.
Kedah MB's office closed due to Covid-19
Another department is also closed.
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There have been eight cases.
Barred due to Covid-19
Some apartments are requiring tenants to take Covid-19 tests. Some go as far as barring migrant tenants who don't take one.
Health experts say it isn't the way to go. Some point out contradictions as certain Covid-19 patients are required to quarantine at home.
Property experts also said the law doesn't allow residents - owner or tenants - to be barred.
But Defence Minister Ismail Sabri said while the government did not have such rules, it wasn't opposed to them.
The emergency government has spoken.
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Many turn to alternative supply.
Some rules relaxed
All shops can now open until 10pm. They previously closed at 8pm.
This is to standardise with eateries hours which was extended last week after complaints of people going hungry after work.
Meanwhile, Perlis will allow obligatory prayers at mosques to proceed at maximum capacity as the state has relatively less Covid-19 cases.
Despite the relaxation, it's not time to let loose. The government is promising stiffer punishments for SOP violations soon.
Yesterday also saw the second-highest daily Covid-19 cases.
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Call to improve confidence in Covid-19 vaccine
The focus should be on the vulnerable.
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What else is happening?
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It doesn't expect sustained impact from Covid-19.
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The finance minister says it shows confidence.
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This is after Malaysia's CPI rank slipped.
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